How to Paint Your Sneakers
Over the Weekend
(The Beginner's Edition)
(7 Lessons | 27 Minutes)
The 2-Steps That Will Make the Difference Between Shoes That Crack & Shoes That Last
Once you do these 2-steps, A LOT of your worries over cracking - go out of the window.
The Magical Ingredient you need To add to your paint to decrease creasing in the toe box
This was a game-changing, Hogwarts magic-type addition to my painting arsenal.
the no holds barred finisher that reigns supreme amongst professional sneaker artists
This finisher is so good, if someone steps on your fresh kicks in public - you won’t even sweat it. Why? Becaue you know it’s scratch resistaaaaaaaaaant!
the exact list of supplies i use for
Once you invest in these supplies, you’ll be
set for a LONG while.
PLUS OTHER GOLDEN
2. The Shopping List
3. Precautions & Techniques
4. Cleaning Your Sneaker
5. Prepping Your Sneaker
6. The Paint Job
7. The Ultimate Finisher
FROM THE COURSE
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE COURSE
“Gigi's course is one of the best I've found on how to customize sneakers. I'm a beginner, and yet, by following her directions and list of materials, I've been able to customize my first three pairs of sneakers. As a teacher, Gigi's instructions are clear, concise, and 100% relatable!”
- Thredith Undomiel
“This was such a fun class! It was so well organized and presented. It was a real pleasure to watch and learn the process of painting sneakers”.
- Monica Armer
“It is BY FAR AND NEAR the most thorough and efficient (she says nothing that is NOT important as often is the case in other vid platforms, and she is like a poet or journalist who has shred away all those useless and quirky dialogue fillers for mere facts and her delivery is sincere, genuine and creatively inspiring!)”.
- Naville Hector
“Great course for a beginner like me who is new to sneaker customisation , teacher was fun and informative and the instructions were clear and concise”.
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